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, the texas congressman and ndidate for present, of course. dr. paul, welcome back to the program. >> thank you, david. good to be with you. >> did newt gingrich do anything to diminish his chances in iowa last night? >> well, i don't know whether he did it. but i thinkecause he had to face a lot of serious questions about, you know, his change in positions, and what he has to defend, i would think that he shouldn't have gained from tha but that remains to be seen. i guess somebody's going to do a poll rather quickly. but, you knw, we've had people, you kno leading the ck off and on this whole past year, so it will be interesting to see just what happens. in the next week or two. >> the question of who is the consistent conservative. the issue of him receiving payments from freddie mac, the mortgage giant. this was the subject of were you took him on last night, and his response. watch. >> he's been on different positions, you know, on some of the issues. single payer. he's taken some positions that are not conservative. he sported the t.a.r.p. fund. and the other thing, really, which reall
as the late governor of texas. you can see that on our blog. we'll be back on christmas morning with a special discussion about the state of the country and a look ahead to politics in the new year. tom brokaw, tom friedman, marc morial and kathleen parker. that's next sunday. until then, have a happy holiday week. if it's sunday, it's "meet the press."
immigration, they've taken the texas reapportionment case, which certainly is going to affect the balance of power in congress. so one big player in 2012 will absolutely be the united states supreme court. but i think the american people, and people who watch the court don't think that the court is insulated from politics. and one cannot predict if the court, for some reason, were to strike down the affordable care act, there will be a reaction, and there will be a counterreaction politically. it will have an effect on the outcome of the election. the same holds true for the immigration cases, and the reapportionment cases. so maybe the interesting sort of unplayed hand in this election will be what the supreme court does. >> looks like the supreme court probably will, 5-4 shoot down the individual mandate as unconstitutional. >> i can't believe this kathleen, you're putting yourself way out there. >> i'm putting myself way out there. i think that's what we're probably going to see and it will have a huge effect on the election. now whether the rest of it stands is another issue that has
as the late, legendary governor of texas, ann richards. you can see that on our blog, presspass.msnbc.com. we'll be back next week on christmas morning with a special discuss about the state of the country, and a look ahead to politics in the new year. tom brokaw, tom friedman, mark morial and kathleen i joined the navy when i was nineteen. i spent four years in the military and i served a tour in iraq. all the skills that i learned in the military are very transferable into the corporate and real world. chase hired me to be a personal banker. the 100,000 jobs mission has definitely helped me get my foot in the door. chase is giving opportunities to vets who don't think that there's any opportunity out there. chase and these other companies are getting a great deal when they hire veterans. chase is proud to help 100,000 veterans find jobs at home. few years, up to 1 million new teachers will be needed as baby boomers retire. who's up for the job? you can have a remarkable impact on the life of a child... the more you know.
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